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Spaniards take to the streets against socialist president Pedro Sanchez

By Hélio Costa Jr

The Plaza de Cibeles in Madrid was taken over by a crowd in protest against the policies of the socialist government of Pedro Sánchez, the motto of the demonstrators is “For Spain, democracy and the Constitution”.

Madrilenians expressed their rejection of the pardons for separatist leaders, the modification of the Penal Code and attacks against the Constitutional Court, committed by Sánchez when he appointed a former minister as a magistrate, as well as the push for amendments outside the content of the laws to avoid public debate. or issuing mandatory reports.

, Spaniards take to the streets against socialist president Pedro Sanchez
The Plaza de Cibeles in Madrid (Photo internet reproduction)

“Four years ago we suffered from the worst government in the history of Spain and now we are more sure than ever that Spain does not have this government thanks to the result obtained in an election,” said organizers of the event in a manifesto quoted by El Mundo newspaper.

For the president of Vox, a Spanish party, Santiago Abascal, a permanent and massive mobilization is necessary to expel the “autocrat” Pedro Sánchez from the Executive, because he “imposes totalitarian ideologies, since he tries to buy the media communication with everyone’s money.”

With information from Brasil Sem Medo

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